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Jewanced is hosted by Dan Feferman and Benny Scholder, two guys who grew up in America and live in Israel. They're curious. They want to discuss. They want to challenge popular conceptions, they want to think critically, examine independently, and most of all, they crave nuance. Each episode features a different guest. All interesting and original people who strive to break boundaries. Together with Dan and Benny, take a deep dive into politics, foreign affairs, religion, science, technology ...
 
Whether you’re giving a toast or presenting in a meeting, communication is critical to success in business and in life. Join Matt Abrahams, a lecturer of Strategic Communication at Stanford Graduate School of Business, as he sits down with experts in the field to discuss real-world challenges. How do I send my message clearly when put on the spot? How do I write emails to get my point across? How can I easily convey complex information? How do I manage my reputation? Think Fast, Talk Smart p ...
 
The Strategy Skills Podcast is the channel where strategy partners teach you the tools and techniques to solve mankind’s greatest problems. Learn all the skills of McKinsey and BCG consultants without having to work at a consulting firm. The podcast teaches both technical analyses and soft skills like communication. Each week we discuss concepts to help listeners advance their strategy, operations and implementation skills, enhance their critical thinking ability and build their executive pr ...
 
This is Thinking 2 Think the Critical Thinking podcast where we analyze topics such as Civics, History, Culture, Philosophy, Politics, business, and current events through a critical thinkers lens. I am your host, the social studies educator Michael Antonio Aponte also known as Mr. A. Every Sunday we will have a new episode within these topics as well as occasional special guests and recorded lectures with my students. So please, subscribe, share, listen, and let's build a critical thinking ...
 
The Global Economy Podcast is a podcast by ECIPE, a think tank dedicated to international economic policy. This podcast will discuss international economic policy and politics, particularly in Europe, and expose the key debates in our time to critical examination. We are unrepentant supporters of globalization and an open world order, and just like our other work, this podcast will channel irreverent and contrarian views.
 
If you are a conservative like me it seems we are living in a world where less and less makes sense, and the people around us are losing their minds and drifting farther and farther away from reality. But we are far from alone! I am a regular guy, living in a blue state, who grew up in a different America. One that I think can largely be restored. I'm an optimist, a Trump supporter, I believe in the Constitution, support our military, and am a proud person of faith who loves this country and ...
 
Waking the queer path to human-heartedness, writer, thinker, and coach Darren Stehle helps other deep thinkers and creatives cultivate their purpose and potential. When we practice critical thought, open-mindedness, humility, impartiality, and acceptance — for one’s self and others — we can foster curiosity, understanding, and respect for the natural diversity of humanity. Darren’s message is an intersection of transformational coaching based in neuroscience, as well as human-heartedness — a ...
 
For every problem, there are solutions..somewhere. This is a solution driven talk radio that taps into the thinking abilities of the local and global community. Listeners learn about grant announcements to fund critical global and community issues and are then invited to join discussions about solutions and strategies that can result in change. This online radio think tank is designed to develop well planned and structured solutions to critical problems.
 
Dig Deeper: Critical Thinking in the Digital Age is a monthly podcast that examines issues related to critical thinking and digital literacy. Presented by MindEdge Learning, a leader in online learning technology, Dig Deeper seeks to spark a conversation about the abundance of false and misleading information on the Internet – and the need for today’s students to ask a lot more questions about what they find there. Interviews with journalists, academics, authors, and others who do research f ...
 
In this podcast we will discuss current affairs centered around national security, politics, religion, and social justice issues. Our goal is not to give our listeners the answers but rather to encourage them to discover their own authentic truth. My goal is to encourage people to think beyond their comfort zones. I want to encourage people to recognize their biases and challenge themselves to extend their thinking to consider different points of view. Incidentally, I do not see "bias" autom ...
 
Three Uncultured Swine get together and discuss critically acclaimed movies. One of us kind of knows what they are talking about. Us other two definitely do not. Come along on a journey with us where we attempt to find out why movies win awards, how we think we can make them better, and copious amounts of Star Wars References.
 
A lot of people claim to want things to be better in this country, but their main tactic is to tell half the country they’re stupid and bad. I don’t think most of us are actually that dumb or mean-spirited, but we’re so thoroughly given a raw deal when it comes to media and leadership that we’re all liable to be misinformed and distrustful of each other. It’s difficult not to be in a state of constant frustration with the deception and corruption, not to mention ineptitude, of the people who ...
 
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Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
Every year, managers at companies large and small are finding it harder to compete with the likes of Google and Amazon, who are muscling into their businesses, stealing their customers, and cornering every conceivable market and service. Jonathan Byrnes, MIT-based expert on profits, pricing, and strategy, is a co-author of CHOOSE YOUR CUSTOMER: How…
 
Success Is Not an End-Destination, It’s a Measure of Progress If you don’t accomplish a goal, does that make you unsuccessful and a failure? If your actions are too stressful, it’s human nature to fight, flee, or freeze. The solution is to do less to reduce or eliminate stress. Failure and success are not dualistic. This is why people get stressed …
 
Ariella Steinreich is a senior vice president at Steinreich Communications overseeing the firm’s global corporate / issues practice and its Middle East division. On this episode of the show, we talk to Ariella about all things PR, the Arab Gulf, and what makes her (and us) so excited about the opportunities ahead for our region. Ariella brings over…
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
“There’s no difference between the physiological response to something that you’re excited about and something that you’re nervous about or dreading,” says Andrew Huberman, associate professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University. In this podcast episode, Huberman talks with host and lecturer Matt Abrahams about his research on …
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
We suddenly get attacked by a hacking group that takes out a major pipeline, then they tell us not to politicize it or blame anyone but them. Biden and his administration of Fools all but look the other way and we are supposed to believe there's nothing to see here. Add in the updates to Maricopa County and the Democrat ending audit, Michigan and t…
 
America isn’t new to industrial policy, but the Biden Administration has signalled it revive the government’s industrial ambitions. Already president Trump made it a point to have industrial production repatriating to America – and used trade policy to give a premium to domestic manufacturers. President Biden is now adding a new American Jobs Plan …
 
Gay, Straight, or Queer, We All Want Love. We all want to be connected with others, to be cared for, and to be accepted for who we are. To different degrees, that’s what we call love. Your beliefs about relationships affect your experience of love, compassion, and self-acceptance. Until you clearly define your beliefs about what is true about thing…
 
Adam is perplexed by his recent woes trying to open produce bags and goes looking for answers. Cristina examines the notion of soulmates and whether we can use science to determine how likely we are to meet that ‘one’ human on Earth we’re meant to be with. Finally, Darren challenges the narrative we’re taught since childhood that turtles are slow a…
 
This episode of Jewanced with Chaim Davids was recorded live as a special culinary show at Prohibition Pickle - quite possibly THE BEST deli in Israel – where Chaim is the proprietor and pickle master extraordinaire. We tuck into how the Baltimore native has gone from running the Judean Hills greatest bootlegging operation since the 2nd Temple peri…
 
Lachlan Smith grew up in Australia before moving to the UK in his early twenties. Growing up, he was a passionate cricketer and a fan. After coming out, he gave up the sport, not seeing it as compatible with being a gay man. Having rediscovered his passion for the game in his late thirties, Lachlan came out at his new club and has since enjoyed his…
 
The Democrats are panicking over the audit in Maricopa. They know what they did. They have fought tooth and nail to shut this audit down, and they've been unsuccessful. Now they are trying to get ahead of the results and smear Jovan Pulitzer and the validity of the results. Good luck. I go over some recent news, then talk about how Maricopa has inf…
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
There is a revival of industrial policy in Europe. Ever since the global financial crisis, there has been talk in European capitals about taking a muscular approach to industrial policy – with the purpose of improving the competitiveness of some firms and some sectors. Berlin and Paris are now pushing hard for a new EU industrial policy. Meanwhile,…
 
In an era of dizzying speed, complexity, and competition, harnessing innovation is the only way to fuel growth and beat the old guard. Linkner’s newest book, BIG LITTLE BREAKTHROUGHS, reveals the creative thinking behind the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and why they focus on small, daily creative acts to topple industry giants. Drawing on …
 
On this week’s show, Darren takes a deep dive into a well of ideas discussed in “Just Deserts” by Daniel Dennett and Gregg Caruso. The book features a debate between the two famed philosophers regarding their views on a range of topics like free will, moral responsibility and legal punishment. Darren recorded the segment with Adam and their ensuing…
 
“Truth does not become more true by virtue of the fact that the entire world agrees with it, nor less so even if the whole world disagrees with it.” – Rambam To us, it seems that the Rambam might have been a guy who knew how to appreciate nuance! On this week’s episode of the podcast, we sat down with Dr. Guy Matalon and dived right into the Rambam…
 
About two months ago, I decided to withhold Part IV of my “Where You Stand” moral philosophy article series. It was titled, “Towards a Harmonizing, Universal Morality Based in the Tao Te Ching.” It was close to 4,500 words and I had submitted it to one of the philosophy publications on Medium. The article felt like something approaching a philosoph…
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
Take a few, deep breaths and then get curious about why you feel that way. Being curious isn't going to solve all your problems. However, being curious is great for your state of mind and for the humility and self-awareness that comes into play - especially when you are truly open-minded and genuinely curious to learn and improve your skillfulness.…
 
First part of the episode I briefly touch on the happenings in Maricopa with the election audit. Then I go into the major problem of personal responsibility among Democrats and how they are using the blame game to try to end policing when ultimately the fault lies with how kids are being raised. No morality, no sense of right or wrong, no limits, n…
 
It's a Friday and that means two things — random questions and the #FridayFishFry We dunk the worst of the week in to the fryer and we ask each other a few random questions, because we are both so tired of the chaos, the insanity and the twisting of lives and language for political gain.Door MoJo 5-0 Radio Network
 
Wouldn’t you like to predict the future? Dan Libenson, gets up each and every day and does just that – for the Jewish world. Dan Libenson is founder and president of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future, co-host of the popular Judaism Unbound podcast, and co-creator of jewishLIVE, where he co-hosts the weekly live-streaming video series “The Or…
 
“Communication is such a delicate dance and kids need to emerge from childhood having practiced,” says Julie Lythcott-Haims, former associate vice provost of undergraduate education Stanford University. In this episode of Think Fast, Talk Smart, lecturer and podcast host Matt Abrahams sits down with Lythcott-Haims to discuss her new book, Your Turn…
 
Hello everyone! This is Monday Morning 8 a.m., a weekly newsletter where we distill the insights from all of the distractions, articles, and emails that you receive in your inbox every day. In this newsletter, we’re going to focus on four major themes from last week’s news. To listen to the audio version of this newsletter, search for “Strategy Ski…
 
In this episode of Think Queerly, I speak with Jon Carl Lewis, the founder of Sex and the Gay Christian. He is also one of my coaching clients. Jon Carl Lewis has studied theology, scripture, discernment, and ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, Harvard Divinity School and General Theological Seminary. He is currently in training to be a spiri…
 
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